Kanye West Returns To Instagram, Drops Hints About Future Collabs

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He's backkkkkk! Kanye West made his triumphant return to Instagram on Tuesday (September 11).  For the "All Mine" rapper's first IG post, Ye shared a beautiful scenic shot of the Colombian mountainside. He later posted a series of sketches that seemed to hint at his future projects.  

He began his first of five Instagram sketches by sharing a drawing of houses embedded in the Colombian hills, which he titled "building inside the hills in Colombia." His next sketches were of people. In one post, he captioned a sketch, "meeting with Matt George." He then shared a sketch he titled, "in the studio with 69."  

Kanye has been hinting at a possible 6ix9ine collab for weeks. While neither rapper has announced it, the two seem to be in Colombia working together. On Monday, the "FEFE" rapper called into Nicki Minaj's radio show while on a flight to the South American country. 

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It's been quite the month for Mr. West. He returned to his hometown of Chicago, ended his feud with Drake, and even released a new single with Lil' Pump. Most recently, Ye sent out a series of tweets about his upcoming endeavors, including a claim that, “I will teach a course at the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Academy of Art.” 

However, that was news to the Art Institute of Chicago, who later denied Kanye's claim. "We're flattered that Mr. West would have an interest in teaching emerging artists and designers at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago," The Art Institute's public relations director, Bree Witt, told The Chicago Tribune. "However, Mr. West is not currently teaching at SAIC, and at this time, there are no plans for him to do so."

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